SOU RCE NOTE S
Epigraphs
Ehrenreich, 46.
Darwin, Modern Library Edition (1936), 431.
Introduction
2: Genesis 1:30; 2:9, 15; 9:2, 3.
3 domination: Overview, Atlas of Population and Environment, aaas, 2000 (onl
www.ourplanet.com/aaas); Peter M. Vitousek et al., ‘‘Human Domination of E
Ecosystems,’’ Science, 25 July 1997, 494–99; Andrew Balmford et al., ‘‘Economi
sons for Conserving Wild Nature,’’ Science, 9 August 2002, 950–53; Living Plan
port (panda.org); New York Times, 20 August 2002; Jeffrey D. Sachs, ‘‘Sustainab
velopment,’’ Science, 30 April 2004, 649.
3 heat energy: Robert Wright and Luke Flynn, ‘‘Space-Based Estimate of the Vo
Heat Flux into the Atmosphere during 2001 and 2002,’’ Geology 32, no.3 (March 2
189–92.
3imperilment: Union of Concerned Scientists,Washington, 1992; Ecosystem Millen
Assessment, Science, 1 April 2005; World Resources Institute, news release, 30
2005; New York Times, 31 March 2005; Wilson, The Future of Life, 27; Scientific A
can, February 2002; Rees, Our Final Hour.
4 ‘‘with the help’’: Alison S. Brooks and Richard Potts, ‘‘New Discoveries in Pa
thropology: What’s New,What’s True, and What’s Important?,’’ AnthroNotes 21
(winter–spring 1999–2000); see also vol. 24, no.1 (spring 2003).
6 art origins: Gary Snyder, ‘‘The Fiftieth Millennium,’’ Resurgence, January–Feb
1999, 12; Pfeiffer, The Creative Explosion, 121; Bogucki, The Origins of Huma
ciety, 83; Jonathan Adams, ‘‘Global Land Environments since the Last Intergl
www.esd.ornl.gov/projects/qen/nerc.html; Michael Jochim, ‘‘Late Pleistocene R
in Europe,’’ Soffer, ed., The Pleistocene Old World, 320–24.
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